Influx

Influx For Theodor Crane every day is a lie A doppelganger Theo is trapped in the role of the man he murdered Tasked with safeguarding the secrets of his homeland his loyalty is torn between his new life an

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  • Title: Influx
  • Author: Tim Marquitz
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • For Theodor Crane every day is a lie.A doppelganger, Theo is trapped in the role of the man he murdered Tasked with safeguarding the secrets of his homeland his loyalty is torn between his new life and his mission when an influx of militants stream to Earth A pawn of both sides, he s given just days to bring the terrorists to heel Failure means war, but success comes wiFor Theodor Crane every day is a lie.A doppelganger, Theo is trapped in the role of the man he murdered Tasked with safeguarding the secrets of his homeland his loyalty is torn between his new life and his mission when an influx of militants stream to Earth A pawn of both sides, he s given just days to bring the terrorists to heel Failure means war, but success comes with its own consequences.Either might see Theo dead.

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    1. 4.5 starsHere are the three things that can lift my mood any day of the week: 1. bacon; 2. Nutella; 3. anti-heroes written by Tim Marquitz… and not necessarily in that order of importance. The very simple truth is that no one writes foul-mouthed underdogs better than Tim. First came Frank, the charming bastard, and now there’s Theo, a doppelganger and a hot mess with a moral compass that points every which way but north and a dry, self-deprecating, wicked sense of humor. But as interesting a [...]

    2. DNF-ed this one at 35% as I could tell that it just wasn't a book for me. It follows a person trapped inside of another person's body and they are living the life of this other person as they try to spy on the people he works for. It's one of the #SPFBO books and I wanted to give each of them a fair shot and try, but I have to admit that the premise of this book didn't really fit with what I enjoy reading. This feels a bit gritty, noir and thriller-ish. That's not by any means a bad thing, it's [...]

    3. Last year I reviewed the novella, Eyes Deep, featuring a new anti-hero who is a doppelgänger, someone who can assume the identity of others, named Theodor Crane. Marquitz has decided to turn his new character into a series and it all begins here with Influx.I still don't know what to make of our hero, he is definitely doing his best to do good with his "adopted" family and keep them safe but he is also fighting a convert war that his side appears to be losing. Theodor has a lot on his plate and [...]

    4. The Clandestine Daze series by Tim Marquitz is a set of gritty urban fantasy espionage stories depicting a doppleganger named Z who has temporarily adopted the persona of a Texas security consultant in order to spy on his employers. The opening scene of the novella, Eyes Deep, was him killing the innocent man and eating one of his eyeballs to assume his form. Needless to say, this is not your typical hero. I was intrigued by Eyes Deep's premise, so much so that I decided to check out the full-bl [...]

    5. Originally published at Risingshadow.Influx is the first full-length novel in the Clandestine Daze series. (The author has previously written a novella, Eyes Deep, which is set in the Clandestine Daze universe. Influx features the same protagonist as Eyes Deep.)I don't normally read much urban fantasy, because most contemporary urban fantasy novels tend to be of low quality and are not worth reading, but Tim Marquitz is one of the few authors whose novels I've enjoyed reading. His novels are muc [...]

    6. I grabbed this book first because the guy on the cover is hot…yes, I can be swayed by a pretty face. After reading the blurb I thought it sounded pretty badass. I felt like I was dropped into the middle of the story and was playing catch up to figure out the world building and flash backs of Theo's (Zentikuli "Z" is his Ael name) life. That kind of slowed me down a bit, but once I hit the midway mark I was off and running and finished book thinking… “Is it over already!?” This story is f [...]

    7. A lot went down in this one, so I'm just going to hit a few random points and hopefully it'll be enough to convince more people to read this one.In the prequel, Eyes Deep, the story is mostly contained to Z's job on Earth. In Influx, while still focused on his Earth mission, you get a lot of insight into the Aellisar world: different provinces, leaders, races (the races are akin to those of the TV show "Grimm," but bigger and badder and way cooler). You also get some more in-depth looks at the c [...]

    8. I was actually a beta reader for this title, so I saw it before anyone else. That being said, I believe in honest reviews no matter what, so here goes. Plot and pacing were solid. I loved the conflict within AI, with the Council trying to hinder them. Z's struggle to deal with his mission while not taking advantage of Theo's life was excellent, really deepened Z's character, as did the flashback sequences. The tension between Z and Jace was excellent too, really kept me wondering, as it switched [...]

    9. The first full length dark noir, detective come cross dimensional story from Tim and it certainly doesn't disappoint. Picking up from the novella we get more of an insight into the character who can take on the memory and form of anyone who's eyeball he consumes - yeah I know that's gross its OK he thinks it gross as well. Theo the man he was ordered to murder and take the shape of is the nominal main character and its his family and life that you can see Tim shaping the longer story arc around. [...]

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